- Fewer pesticides and nitrogen-based fertilisers
- A focus on soil health
- Support for agroforestry and organic farming
- More grass-fed, less grain-fed livestock
- Support for growing more fruit, vegetables and pulses
- Mixed, resilient supply chains
- Farmer-led innovation
Read more from Soil Association Scotland Director Aoife Behan on agroecology and what it means for Scotland.
Don't split farming and nature
How we can harness nature to help grow our food.
What have the Amazon fires got to do with Scotland?
They are linked to us here in Scotland and Europe, because those forests are being cleared so that we can fill our bellies.
How nature-friendly farming is good for business
Hear from farmers who've worked with us on how agroecological farming has been good for profit as well as planet etc
Higher output with regenerative grazing
At Barnside Farm, Charley and Andrea Walker are using rotational grazing and habitat management to farm with nature rather than fight against it.
Integrating farming and forestry
Gascoigne Farm, near Biggar in the Borders, explain how trees have improved their farm business